No, timing belt.
Dodge didn't make a Neon until 1995.
The timing is controlled by the PCM, there is no adjustable setting.
Recommended interval on 1995-1999 Neons is 60,000 miles.
On a Neon engine if the timing belt breaks the valves can bend.
The dodge neon 1995 parts are compatible with dodge neon 1999
A 1995 Dodge Neon uses green antifreeze.
A 2005 Neon has a timing belt not a chain.
No, the computer needs that sensor to know crank timing.
The timing belt on a Dodge Neon should be replaced every 100,000 miles.
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